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Germany

American Women's Club of the Taunus (AWCT)

http://www.awctaunus.org

The AWCT is a non-profit, English-speaking organization serving the Frankfurt area international community since 1971. With over 450 members the AWCT offers support, friendships and networking to women and their families, who live in or have recently moved to the Frankfurt-Rhein-Main-Taunus area, including Darmstadt and Wiesbaden. As a volunteer-run group, the AWCT offers a wide range of social activities and services designed to get members involved and connected, as well as facilitate their efforts to integrate into the German community. With monthly events such as neighborhood lunches, book clubs, travel and more, we are confident that our members will find an array of opportunities to make living in Germany an exciting experience.

Germany

Royal British Legion, District of Germany

http://www.rblgermany.org

The District of Germany is very much like a county RBL organization in the UK, responsible for the correct running of all its Branches. The main difference is that the branches are geographically much more spread out and it is also responsible for welfare cases within Germany but outside the individual Branch areas of responsibility. The District of Germany offices are located adjacent to the Herford Branch in the cellar of Block F Wentworth Barracks in Herford.

Germany

Pickwicks English Club, Frankfurt/Main

http://www.pickwicks.de

Pickwicks is a social club, founded in 1976, open to anyone who speaks English. We offer a wide range of activities to suit a variety of tastes: Theatre and concert trips; Gallery and museum visits; Sports outings (cycling, swimming, hiking, bowling); Disco evenings; Sightseeing trips, both in and outside of Germany. But some of our most popular evenings are spent in local restaurants just eating and drinking. There are about 60 of us at present, but the overall community numbers well over 100. Most of us work in the Frankfurt area in a variety of professions, including translating, teaching, IT or finance. Our attendees come from many different nationalities. A few of us have been members since the club was founded, others are here studying or on short -term contracts bringing them to Germany for the very first time.

Germany

GEA - German-English Association in Munich

http://gea-muc.de

We are an open, international group with a variety of professions, no membership fees, age no issue, run by volunteers since 1982. Our group has a unique two-fold offer full of interesting social, cultural and sports activities: a number of individual event offers, and many regular weekly events. All without a membership procedure or fee. Newcomers are welcome!

Germany

Frankfurt-n-Motion Sports and Social Group

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/frankfurt-n-motion/

Frankfurt-n-Motion Sports Social group is about building an outstanding integral international EXPAT community, including Frankfurt expats and locals from the Rhein Main and Frankfurt international community. Our goal is to inspire one another to have fun and keep fit with a variety of sports, and social events. Sports - running, yoga, triathlons, biking, mountain biking, basketball, pilates, martial arts, tennis, beach volleyball, rock climbing, hiking, swimming, working out, rollerblading, camping, skiing (Frankfurt International Ski Club) More... Community events - arts, theater, dancing, concerts, plays, operas, trips, dinners, movies, meditation retreats, personal growth events(inner healing work), festivals, wine tastings, parties, jam sessions, BBQs making new friends, pubbing with Drinkstag, more... All ages are welcome - Families, Kids too.

Germany

English Language Teachers' Association Stuttgart (ELTAS)

http://www.eltas.de/data/

English Language Teachers' Association Stuttgart (ELTAS) was founded in 1989 as a professional association based in Stuttgart, Germany, with the aim of providing a forum for the professional development of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language. Since its inception, ELTAS has grown into a recognised body registered under German law as a nonprofit-making charitable association (gemeinnütziger e.V.). ELTAS is run entirely by volunteers who give their time to organise activities for and to provide information, advice and support to ELTAS members. ELTAS regularly holds workshops, lectures and other events of interest to the teaching profession.

Germany

Berlin Dinner Club

http://www.berlindiningclub.com

Come along and join us if you can speak English and like dining out in Berlin, Germany. We are a diverse group of diners who like good food and are keen to sample the variety of fine restaurants and bars in this great city. All we ask is that you join in the conversation with everyone and have a good time. The dinners are usually held once a month, and can range from simple Asian food to fine gourmet cuisine. The theme changes each month and everyone can make suggestions for the next event. We often combine dinner events with other things, like bowling, jazz, lounging around, dancing, concerts, pool, wine tasting, whatever.

Germany

Anglo Stuttgart Society

http://www.jaumann.de/ass/

The A.S.S. was founded in Stuttgart in the roaring 1970s. This was the time when the town was crowded with lots of English and American people, forced to leave their natural habitat to seek employment abroad, desperate for friendly folks with the same longing for Tea, Fish´n Chips, McDonalds, etc; and the same mortal fear of Kehrwoche, Brezeln, Maultaschen, and Württemberger Wein. Since then the A.S.S. provides a chance of meeting people from all over the world (including Germany) in an informal way. We have two regular meetings per month in various restaurants and several seasonal occasions, most notably a barbeque party and a "Weekend Away". Bowling sessions are also part of our program. Day trips to "Stuttgarter Events" are organized if enough people are interested.

Germany

American Women's Club of Hamburg

http://www.awchamburg.org

The AWC Hamburg is a non-profit organization serving the American and English-speaking community in the Hamburg area. We are a member of the Federation of American Women's Clubs Overseas (FAWCO) and the Landesfrauenrat (Council of Women's Associations) of Hamburg.